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Dunlap's.. Celebrated Silk, Stiff and Soft. Spring Styles.— Hats, A LITTLE ROMANCE. - Bobs up Serenely in Justice WaU . ters's Court. DEWENTER, The Hatter and Furnisher. WE WILL Dissolve Partnership July i. Anil must have Cash for retiring partner, for that reason we make suits to order for $15, $18, $20 and choice of our Summer Suitings for $25. This is no fake, but actual facts. Tucker & Sharpe Co., Tailors. $2O. 315 Pearl Street. $25. li RED TAPE Can take yonr measure for clothing a* well as any other if it is taken right. Her/ takes your measure for n suit of cl'othi'iig In the quickest, neatest manner and turns you out a suit of clothing that is artistic in style, fit and material nt prices Mint wjill astonish yon, when you consider workmanship nn<l qiiiillly. Scctog is believing. 409 HARKET STREET. TO BE BEAUTIFUL And Remain So is Something, Quite an'Art. How to preserve, restore and improve beauty is'something very near and dear to a woman's heart. With -woman beauty is next to Godliness, not taking second place,to cleanliness, for beauty cannot be obtained without cleanliness, the one evidences the other, especially as regards woman. This can be obtained by using Madam Stringham's Imported Face Bleacb and Massage Cream. Those suffering wltli cutaneous disorders can be positively cured with these preparations, also birthmarks, superfluous hair treated successfully. Catherine StriDghai. DERMATOLOGIST. Agents wanted to sell the nbov; preparations. DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY, JUNE 11, KOC. THE WILD WEST. Col. W..F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) supplies the most remarkable' instance on record how a genuine character may be made too popular In one sense. Tiic fame of Ms deeds was. first -spread 11-broa.d tih.roiighout tihe cauiiti^ by -a ncn-.cill-sit, iiiwl tlie doods described -wore so darrns'truat the p.ublte who did uo-t lai-ow that Buffalo Bill existed In real life, ascribed Uiose deeds to the vivid Paginations of a writer &t novels. Because of thits fact he lias, suffered -from having tihc wpvitaiUoc of being u clime novel hero. But liii-s real character ax ono of the greatest and most genuine American celebrities is now - weU known and firmly es.'tablislied. For the past thlitty years all tho generals .of tilm army at -the United States, Slier- m.iji, Slioi-ikla-n, M'ilos, Men-Hit and all the rest oC them, Imve never missed-an oppotifcunity 'to do hta fu-U justice ami pronounce him "King ot Scouts." He will bo here Jn penson, wittti his great cxliLbitlon on Salui-d-ay, .Time 27. Justice Walters', 5 ; court was Hie scene of the unfolding- of a story yesterday L'veniius wh-l:ch has some elements', 1 of romance a tout it,. U.' half that is said Is true. Yestfirdny afternoon two ladfe^ appeared before .the magistrate" and one, who acted as .the -spokeswoman) related a tale of howsbe 'nnd 1 Iioi".com ; panio-n h.id been• nYuioyed by-the'-iii;- tentions o-t' a man. She.said thcy^wiin^ ed a %yarrn-nit isswid for his arrest, and nn adldavi-t was drawn up cjiarging. tie piu-ty accused of the misconduct • of having provoked a,u assault, . ,....: •' The women gave tiie names as Ada rolingct: and C:nf;h;irJn<! StriiighamVand (-.hi 1 ir busMess :ss vendors of a toilet, preparation used 1>y ladle's to boau'tii'y the complexion. They have bei.-n. In the city for a week or ten days, canvassing' from house to house, and -have rooms in i he St. Ehuo building. Tluir story, or nit'ior i.lie story related' by the"complaining wil«L'.S:s, Miss or Madam—whichever t.iie case may be—Polingor, is to I'he L-lTi'i-c Hint one Cliarl'cs Xubru has l.iecn full-owing them a-bout from to to\vn. annoying-Iliein with hi ;rwl- making lift- general], mist'i-able-. The womini ca'nie hci'C I'ror J.'ra.nkCoirt, and when they arrivwl HH\V found Nebro hero be.foi-e Ihwii. arrived s<mie three weeks ago.-so it 'i said, and secured a job at .his trade that of a barber, In the s*op of Josop! Haworlh, on Twelfth sitroet.' " ' '' Can.sta.blo Our was given a.,\vai rant for the arrest of Nt'liro, 1 an yeslcrday -evening ho was brought-be fore .Tustor-o Walters. Deputy Frosecti tor G.imliie was there, Hie conipluiiiin; witnesses we-re 'Microand the dd!enda : n was there in person and by his attor ney, G. W. Kterlcr, but • he was no ready for ta-r.il. He had to have som wl'lnesscs, so he said, and.the trial 'o the case was Juid over until flu's .morn Ing at 9 o'clock. • Xehro's side of the ease differs somewhat from, tlia.fc presented by ' thi women. He claims tliat the troubl- arose over Cmuichi] matters,'antV.tha ho has not- nnuoyud the ladies with th< Intention of onu,si,ng them, to comml an assault on 'Mm, or 'otherwise -.' in; themselves liable to the law, but tha lie wants his just dues, Tiic trial, o Hie case will probably develop soml interesting facts. SPRING NECKWEAR, SPRING OVERCOATS. New straff l»a,ts at i-educoil prices at Otto's. Attend K. C.-Mitchell's selling out clothing sale. Reduced prices and new styles straw hats at Otto's. Geo. Harrison has the finest line of hammocks in the city. Miss Maud Luce has beau appointed assistant ngent at Kpnnefh. George Harrison handles Laodretb'i first class garden, fltwer and flel* weds., Take you a flue dress or business suit '. at E. C. Mitchell's selling out ciolliin- sale. It will pay. The Bay State .is to present the famous battleship Massachusetts with n bronze statue of Victory. Tlie figure. wlUch'. wlU be life-size, will DC- placed upon tho forward tlhirteen-inch turret. A young couple who were recently married in Portland, Me., paid tiic elc-rgj'irian who tied the knot with a bogus cheek for ?10, and swindled several 'others while on their honeymoon. A 1 .monster ico Itarg .stranded -near Hampton Bench, N. H., n! few days ago, . biit floated-aAvay'the following day, Ifj was reported'as big as a church, and it had a marked effect oil the temperature in tlie vicinity. Folly years ago a Maine genius conceived the Idea of tlie copper-toed shoes nnd lie made/?100,000.out of It: It is almost thirty,years since Hcaton, of '•Providence iiivqnjted the metal button' .'.fastener now Jin universal use, and a WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and M-i*. Thomas .T. AYood, of Crown Pota't, have Issued Invitations for tiho wedding of ihelr daughter, Miss May, with Mr. E, Kapp Stough, to occur Thursday afternoon, .Tune 23, at 4 o'clock, at the residence ou East .Toliot street, Crown Point. The pros- irectlve bride is the only daughter of Congressman and Mrs. Wood, prominent In northern Indiana, and (Hie groom- to-be is chief clerk ta lihc onice of -Division Operator Tousley,of the Panhandle. Mr. and Mrs. Stough wJIl make a tour of the great lakes, and will be at home at No. 1001 Market street, this city, after July 15. - GIBSON-TUTTLE. The wedding of Mr. Baa-tin \V. Gibson wlith-MJss Eflie M, Tuttle, occurred at the. home of Mr. Pollock of Wlieat- Iiuul a.nd Brmvui sttec.ts, at 8:30 o'clock last nlghit. A few IntJonate friends were present, «ad fifter tlie cei'emony a wedding suppcsr was enjoyed. The Rev. W. 11. Wones was the officiating clergyiiw-ii. ilks Ttittie fe n Muncle young lady, aiwl Mr.Glbson is employed at tlie candy fuctory. Tlie young couple will reside in this city. Among tho guests was Mr. Tuttle of Chicago, a brother of the bride. '' . . AMONG THE MOHAMMEDANS." Judge D. P. Baldwin wiill deliver tiie 'of the series, of lectures, at.'Ml- cluacl's university -this aftca-noon at. 3 o'clock. 1-Ids subject w-ill-be "Among the Mohammedans." Tiie citlKons of I^ogauspoi't are requested to attend all tho lectures In tills course: ' • A T.OGANSPORT COMPOSER. . Ti-of, R. J. Po^vell^the w composer of this city, ecclvod. quite ,1 conipliment. iu a rcceil't edition'of the Choir' Lender' whJch- -Is- published 'by '.E. • COMMENCEMENT Closing Events of Nineteenth Year at St. Joseph's School. Tho following is rJio proc-rnm of tiic ntaeteentih aiunnnl comimeucem-cnt St. .Joseph's parochial school* on the evenings of .Time IS and 19, commencing at 7:30 o'clock on each evening:, Careless Elegance Misses L. Keller mid Schneider.; Chorus—"Wean, dor Fruehliiig auf die Bcrgc steigt" .'-.. Ab.l Cane Prill '.'. The LMtJe Boys . THE RUNAWAYS. Abel Httiinp, ;L TtixhuiT Fann<>r.. : ' C. Shell' Jo'luiny Htump ajid Charley Bla(!k, the .Bnnau-ii'}'* W, 'Eekort and 'A. Mucker Policeman No. 420 ...G. Helms THE OLD WOMAN IN THE SHOE. "There was an old woman who lived In a shoe, '• •" She had so many 'children she didn't 'know what to do."' ' "Silver St.rcitin".......:. .'H.-.-Bbllman Misses li. SehmMt-.-HJd J. Wagner/. CATS. ' , . . .-. Professor Strlkunn ;.'CG.^Helnij Henry and Alliei't, his ptipMs..,..-;.!..'."' : -'~ .T. O'Donne'.l and'jr^iBokert Frederick, Charlie and Hei-niniii pu-...', pils of a ne/.gliborjng sc-liool..... -.; ' ,. ..T, Zirrhier- ;,/.•. man, H, Wei-mos. F; McGaugbejv. "Maniima Says I Musn't", .''•,;..-....'•>...'.• I '.-Mlss-L. Schinirt THE GRE.LTEST PLAGUE Mrs. Bnstle '.,'...'. .MJss Iv^ Mn.rj- Bustle. :Ml'ss.:J. ^Vaguer. Graud'tuoMier ...' ' .MJss A'.'' Glelte 'Biddy - -."...Miss M. Gordon- Kitty Clover Miss G.' GaJhiglier" Miss Moo.ush.line... .Miss A.,,Schneider Mil.^s Pl<aTo........,.'. .Miss N..iBeckev. Hazy Black....- '.. .Miss F. Kearney. "Woodland Whispers"..'."...-i. .S-ta-niaj: : . Majnlc and Willlu Eckcrt . .—--•Experience Wi'th- a • -Tlofractoiy COAV" : ':.. v- '•'•' Chorus—"Come Away" .'..:.'. .Perkins 0. GRACE WILL SELL YOU A SPRING ; .- : . ' • '. -,• „".• SUIT TODAY EOR LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER CLOTHIER IN LOGANSPORT. LINE COHPLETE. Buy a Lougley Hat and be up to Date 426 Broadway. P. S. If you want a Tailor Made Suit don't forget my line of the Celebrated Stein Block Clothing, THE ANNUAL REPORTS. / y.-,:,-+..-;7- J "?.*~:..- ' - ' Condition of the City's Finances ,,: For the Fiscal year. ^.REPORT OF CITJf TREASURED. . For tlie Hscnl jear endlnc April 30,' 1896, ' . " ' RECEIPTS. To Duplicate, 1894 ........... .• ...................... * 4391 Si ................ : .................. MS SB , 1891 .......................... - HWB OS April infttfllmem 18J5....... ................. : MOOT 42 November installment u-91 ..................... Delinquent tax DeilD(inmt liovember installment ......... Liquor jjcpiue .................... .................. Other. - ': ................................ •. ...... Wtt-soW,,:.... .......................................... CoroBtari; Jais sola ................................ TValer.'.«orJtJi dept .................. . ........ ...... Klecfflc 11(tatdept. .............................. HIMlUKtrfOt. extension, ......... ... .......... Krie. atenue bi-nell s . . . ...................... Pound .':.•'...-:•• '' '• -128 78 31041 87 M) 57771 22307 07 10106 ~ 3SO 420 2B !« ( iffej vacalloa. *8 J Park'ftandTent,...-.. ^... ; 2j,0 < T« Sale redemption.: "*>' n Don tax... •• ..-•... • •:•• Pol tax...':::._.....:........... Allies..... '....;-.- •'•' irilcIcuRo. li .,.."... JJClWl ViiSHliOD • Sewer pipe «oid.'...,.,; v .i 'f V»rtnulls iKlnltloii, lois sold.. 18io 0 hi street bandits - J84 Korrest-mllls-balldlnK 105 0 Groun'i lease,- Home 1 of 1 - rlendless • J4 .erne o( uni',lattea cemetery pircunils 25 C City attorney ; 800 00 Engineer's *opt 164! 47 'Board or beaith 2o5 19 SriaclBc C»7;i no Printing :... 78037 Stationery.... »~ 29 Eleitlons 1 00 R'fandlng , S50 05 Interest on orders oMO .9 Pratt luad SCO 00 Gns, lire, city off., pol •• 291 j>2 Aint of bonus and city orders redeemed.. o.'Sull 05 Utyordeis redeemed SS20I1 03 Bonos redeemed 248900 (X) weaving city Indebtedness Star 1,1S9G -as follows: Water woiKscertllleates 38750 00 Water Works Impvt bonds - I0u(0 00 scbool bonds 50000 M 'Pratt fund .... 60'0 00 Water Works funding bonds 3000.00 City orders outstandlni S4931 o( Refunding bonds 2S5000 00 Less TeCuattlnu bonds still In Hands of , Treasurtr MM 00 LenvlDgtotalcltylndebtednessllayrKi. 368881 30 !,1«I5 !K58 $411,226 .1 DISB0B3EMENTS. .. By inlei's redeemed. as. follows: ''''" '.'. ...... : siroet dpp't:....-. 'Ire rtept ..,»..;. Police dept '..:... Cltj oniuors JJty attorney,; ipoclflc, OM... [lection lefn. ding......... i 1SKI C •-1I.974 8 72!)l 7 1S17 0 I8S5 3. 8071 W 457 58 <t<; IK 3Ho 5 •051 CC emu electric llglit »^5 0 Electric'Ifelit depiirtment.-....: SM12 W Vvtrt works <iepm-tin.li-1 • taoiliiril electric com puny, contract Jt-mttery . tutlonery ........ . ..... •.••• merest Disorders Joard of 'iieaJtii....- ...... 'Mttfund..:..:.-. 1 .-. 'ftx s;iler«»mpilon.-,. ilCTpense*. ...••••;.» v"w; Jinpt..bond5....'.. undine bonds P, w.rertlHomes.;.-..:.. nterKBt oa bonds; ;.: W.lji/.vt bonus inliu bonds:...::.-...'....-. .W.,coitmciiies-:.:i-...,.. ..... ....... ..» B.OdO.lx) •• ..aS2.00C 00 •... C.OOOOfl. 10106 2l 1257U « 5S5 85 20LN 07 Mi 38 S572 .13 215 11) KKHJ f« 30J 00 10! 01 20 -JO 2-J30UJ W) 14511 03 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES! Tlic Elovnntli district p'dnOfKitSia.i'r; not n.nnoiincljig tliejnselr.es for.-Stnte oflirt'S.' So 'fai"G-eo. W. Duke of KO-. konio whft 'is. out for'Auditor of .State, la the lone representative from thH,iiis-i. among tlie aspirants, • . -.t : .•• .-• HOEFFNER-DROMPr. -•• " • :' Tlie wedtllns of;.Mr.- Hermann ;G.'-AV:' ; ' Hocff'iiei- nnd.Mi.ss Knt:e-S..Driiiiii)p.6'.;--; currwl ns.t ni-plit -at .tin; ;'liome .'oil tLc bride -cii Hn-mpliroy street. Soiitfislcln. .;• /You ^con't cover, .tip a .but you .can: remove the.' freckles ''•jv'lth ; , -Hallack^ ^Antl-Ficeckle.:; Only ; ; .a^d.', a?.' ' Total expenditures roryesr .: ..... .-....$332 OH-93 eftinUliJB.lionds-oii hand. -Aprli'8'j. '1)8.. • 300000 asD..ou liund, April 30, 'llii...... ........ . ...... 2II2M 61 Total .::-.;.„:,-.:..•::..; ....................... .^niZtt-U '; report of Jolin B: Winters, the City.' at '.. Loganspon, -Tudi- tiic year ending A]>rir.-30, 1SOO. tlic-.i-iKlobtedness of 7,1 lie ciij- ud the (imouiif'of bonds mxi'-'cit-y.or- ' the-yeai 1 :- • , IDS.; ..... /.-;::-:..s3csor>2 at W, W fandlnctaniix..: ...... ...;..- ...... './.•:•'.: IiJ'Jiw uO L C iin.d S W fund bonds ....... "......"...'..::...: TJjOO'i <)" W WcerHllniiPS. .':....." ...... : ......... ::..:".:• 2'W-O'O!) W W'.liupvtbun.is ....... .' .................. .:...'- I'm: 1 !! 00 School bonds..,.. ........................... ;;..-.-.500!iO 00 Prtltffnttil...'.....; .................. ...... ...... :.."., -'41101) Oil ' . nornlp Issued dnrlnc tim ye;ir ............. :.'...\Si475il (XI HeTu'aitfl: i bone's.. ..„.-.. .'. :; ...... • .......... :'.. 2S5000 00 W Wc'M-iineiites................ .................... , Hi7SiM,0 Cltiitinitn IssiiBd during >-e<tr. ........... .-... .'JTSSdl OS •' Account ofspeclnl tunds ........ ; ......... :..'. '411 «H «1 Bonrts redeemed,,..-.... ............. ; ...... • ......... '.M.-iOOo 00 •Eundlnit bonds....... ..... . ........................ :23iuon. 00- VW..w,oertlll(at9H ..... . ............................. ;... fiot'O 00 W Wlinpvt bonds.-,. .......... :......; ......... ': Bdow on Infefest.on.-b'oads,,.. 1 ...: .......... .-....•..;•.. .-... H3n cS Interest Hindu ...... :. ............................... .'. 117H 1 14' - ' ...... . •W Wfu'nd (f.peclill levy) ;.....-.;. ' , 7.'2 50 ,2 7».Sll • 25:« 0. . 1 OD tO Ta.x«nle-.red..miitlou ............................. ; : 1112 no Electric light fund .............................. :. 12.WI 00 WVf 'uiia l (i5eiri-piirp'iii* 1 i ..... .-. ........... • 11)528 86 ' ' ' ... . cemewfy'tund; 1 .".;..;.'.;.....: ....... . Library Fund':.... ........ : ....... Street, dt>pt ...... -.... ..... .„;-,. ...:.:..... ..: ....... ^Km u5 Tln*'dept-.:'.:.-..:;...:...',';..7..:.:..... ..... ::..-...•. 1C397.23, ,pplicB-nBpt.',.;u.. l .'...'."i-:.-....- ..... ;.;„..:.. :.....v.--i07 PERSONAL ,T. H. Keller of SoutJa Bend is visiting here. Homer Wtaklebeck is here from Clii- eago -for a. visit. Mrs. J. H. Ford of Wabash is visiting ifriewls in the city. Dr. Stewart h:is returned :iflor- ^ week's vacation! and rest. Miss Jennie Smith of Chicago is visiting tiic family of G.corgo K.iinscy. Mrs. Clarence .Tones aaid baby are at. Eaton, Oh'io, for a Visit will) relatives. Miss .Tcssfc Slnunnn ca.nic hon^c yesterday after a visit with Royal CciUer fripnds. Mn ami Mrs.- T. Ha Hock 7-inu have i-ef.imiixl from (Jiciv. \ycddins io«r of the East. Wabas-b rialndealer: Thomas .T. Podeu of I/oganspoi't, was in the city Monday. Miss Auna.Brtwkcr is Iiero from Wiu- .•Miiac yjsirjus the family of Adolph The oiXM-atJcn promises to result cessfnljy. Kokouio Tribune: Attorney of Lojranspovt, is attending court here. .... Ed. Moore irausactcd business lit LogansiKM-t today .Tndge Ballard. was up from Anderson on court busi- ncss to.idy, being interested ill the Lo- gauspcwt tdephonc <sise...Mlss ^\jnelia Strockcr rctornctl 10 her home in Lo- causport today, nftw a week's visit with D. G. .and MTS. Wiilkius. Teni Clia-onic!o: Eli Grecnsf^dcr, of Lo:ni.nsipoirt, was in llw ciiy today, re- pistered at the Bcai'ss.. .Mrs. Mary Pntcrbaugh, of Onward, is ill the city visiting hor daBffhter, Mrs. Martha SoJbert Ike Brtor, of T-ogansport. attended the fimttrnil of Lewis Mcrgent- heim today. He cnmo up thte morning. Joseph G<KX!all and John Jamison were :u Lofrausiiort lost nig-ht and caina back today. ...S. E. Sage went to- Logacsport Sumloy. noght and yesterday moraing assumed his position n? a^c.nt of the Pnwluneal insurance company in tliat.citj'. TO BEGIN ALTERATIONS. Dofan's Will be Improved—Work Commences Today. Mrs. B.arbnra. Miller of Winamac. is visiting tlie family of .To-hn Mitchell, of ic Southside. Mr. a ml. Mrs.' Frank Doil n re Here 'MJi Co'iinersvi-lle, visiting tlioir. ilang 1 .!- rer, Mrs. V. Bauer. John Dodge hns gona to 'Cliicnsn after n s-lioit visit, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rauch. Mr. Ko.nes.iw ' M. T.andis wn« in the ity vishiTig his paronls Tuesday on lii.s way tixwn Cliicsigo to Washington. Miss Jennie Cox returned last'iilsrhr to her home -at 'Peru .if lor a visit o" several days with I.ojraiwport t'l'iimd?. Hoi-aid: W. .AY. Wilson of Lnftanspqvl 1 .' was a visitor in Hie city 'today -in. the interest of the Indo- iuleiiit order of Forester?. M,i:.=s- Gertrude Viial'er o'f Columbus. Oliiq, \ylwv \nsltocl in I*g:ni.sport last •iHiMKOi 1 , -will ' graduiite soon from- t.hi 1 T'ljrh . isdiool at her. Iionic. Win. Droinpp, of DanvKlo. IE., i.< in ho city, ijavJnfT: conic to 'attend the veddiins o-C his sister .last nijrh't. Mr. Drompp is asslstajit foreman of tha C. t K I.' IJoIIer'shojis. . . , Mr.an-d Mrs. B.-F. Lou;lia:n, Mr. and .Irs.-'.T, E. Sutton.a'nd Mr. and ..Mi's; Yter WaJlratJi are' at Ft-^W.-iyne,. at? the', mcctlns. of the ..Nortiiern 1 Editorial. Association. IndJa- Workmen will commenc c a mucl)> needed. long- promised iinprovemeiit at Dalan's opera house Wiis morning. The .su-.n of $10.000 will bo. expended In niiikiuft the" house first class in every respect. The stnpe will bo' enlarged and a now-drop curtain and a full new- set of scenery wliicli is now beta? painted by a St. .Louis artist, will be put on. A nnniber oi' new chairs wii also- be placed in. the pnrqiict and. clrclo. •An iron stainvay will probably bo erected on the Broadway side of the building with tlie city's consent, Hie present entrance, from Broadway will be abandoned and rbo Third rtreot entrance- will li<> widonod. and rwnodBlcd. Tbe- improv(>men.t wjll bo a]i]>rt s ciated by the- Citizens of Logans-port. To loan, a few thousand dollars, speo lal funds, private monen, on good Individuals or mortgage security. Will buy good notes.—George B. Forpy. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair;. applfe^yest.erda.y, :whera he witnessed CREAM BAMEN6 MOST : PERFECT .MADE .< wire'Grape Crenm: pf Tartar Powder, t • r i . • . . i 1 _.„ «^^>-A«KB»' tflltltt

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